Online Media Daily Europe Issues for June 2013

Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, June 28, 2013
Team Sky Cycles For 21st-Century Fox In Tour de France
Turkey Hints At Censorship Of Twitter
CNN International Site Undergoing Improvements
Emap Enjoys Return To Growth
Metro MD Says Twitter Helps Monitise Traffic
In Wake Of U.S. Court Ruling, Anna Wintour Tweets
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, June 27, 2013
Team Sky Cycles For 21st-Century Fox In Tour de France
EU: Google Not Responsible For Personal Data
Social Media Changes Meaning Of 'Where Were You ...?'
Splitsville: News International Now News UK
Times Taps Stashko To Edit Digital News Development
HuffPo Aims To Inspire Democracy In North Africa
Far-right U.S. Bloggers Barred From Woolwich Rally
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Burberry, Google Send Smartphone Smooches
Meet The Press Incident Highlights 'Blogger v. Journalist'
Google On Google's Concession Proposals: 'Good Job'
Publishers Ask EC To Reject Google's Proposals
Hey, Europe, Google's Not To Blame For Your News Woes
Rihanna's Instagram Rant Targets Daily Mail's Jones
BBC Audience Outside UK Is Up 7% in Year
Study: BBC Should Link To Hyperlocal Sites
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Special K Offers First 'Instashop' Overseas
Offline Broadcast TV Missing Out On Data
Google Ordered To Delete Street View Data
Mobile Ad Market To Nearly Double In '13
Dutch Teams Wins Editorial Hackathon
Les Echos Intros Business News Aggregation
Turkish Official 'Threatens' BBC Journalist In Tweet
ITN's Mobile App Launches On Apple's App Store
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, June 24, 2013
Google Privacy Breaches Claimed By France, Spain
Live On YouTube: It's Wimbledon
Nearly Half In Australia Lie To Protect Online Privacy
Sunday Herald's 2nd Issue Of Life On IPad App
Digital First Media CEO Urges Risky Behaviour
Sky Joins Facebook Ad Boycott
Online Media Daily Europe - Monday, June 24, 2013
Google Privacy Breaches Claimed By France, Spain
Live On YouTube: It's Wimbledon
Nearly Half In Australia Lie To Protect Online Privacy
Sunday Herald's 2nd Issue Of Life On IPad App
Digital First Media CEO Urges Risky Behaviour
Sky Joins Facebook Ad Boycott
Online Media Daily Europe - Friday, June 21, 2013
Voss Water In Socially Driven Summer Campaign
More Paying For News But Most Likely Never Will
Herald & Times Group To Cut 20 Positions
Trinity Mirror Plans Largest Photo Archive Anywhere
Mail Online's May Audience Highest Ever At 129M
Evening Standard Sees Largest Traffic Gain
Social Comment Costs Civil Servant A Promotion
Mobile Commerce in Europe Faces Language Issues
Online Media Daily Europe - Thursday, June 20, 2013
Evian Launches Wimbledon 'Wiggle' Social Effort
Forecast: Digital Media To Drive UK Ad Spend Up
Netflix Set To Go Dutch This Year
Hacker Hijacks Peppa Pig World's Facebook Page
61% UK Facebook Users Like At Least 1 Biz Page
People's Nigella Scoop Breaks Online Record
BuzzFeed Faces Copyright Lawsuit Over Viral Model
Online Media Daily Europe - Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Blogger To Nigella Lawson, Colleagues: 'I'm Sorry'
New Video Messaging Service For Skype
Toxic Magazine's Apps Work With Print, Online Platforms
'Vice' Removes Controversial Suicide Feature
Ta Da! 6 Digital Media Startups Out Of London
Rocket Fuel Opens Office In Spain
Online Media Daily Europe - Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Tweeting Enters Oxford English Dictionary
Lebedev Tweets Editorial Appointments
Telegraph, Waitrose Pair For Media Campaign
Irish Times Project Looks At Digital Advertising
Telegram Ends. Stop